Best time to visitN/A
Open hours9 AM to 11 PM
Things to doContinental Food
BudgetRs 500 for Two
Kasha Ki Aasha, is a art Boutique and Cafe, situated amidst the lovely legacy city of Pondicherry, India. It proffers special, hand-made items from all over India in this restored Tamil home. Facilitated by neighborhood ladies who welcome you with South Indian neighborliness you will discover architect pieces of clothing, shawls, semi-valuable and outfit adornments, regular body items, home extras and also wonderful experiences for sure. An exceptional spotlight on Indian photography and workmanship offers a very special knowledge into the tradition and society of India through prints, books, magazines. One must also visit the cafe on the garden under the rooftop pandal for natural coffee, homemade cake, European Thali or a customary dosai with crisp coconut chutney. There is no better place to spend away a sultry evening. This place is highly recommended, and also a heaven for the photography lovers, one must visit this place once in their lifetime
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Reviews of Kasha Ki Aasha • 4
A roof cafe with an easygoing, pleasant and uninhibited ambiance, Kasha ki Aasha is the perfect place to to laze away the time, read a few books and write a blog post or two as you wait out that uncomfortable midday heat. The European Thali, Indian Burritos, Thai Cold Noodles and the Sweet Tooth Pancake are an absolute must-try!Price: BudgetOpening Hours: 9am to 8pmWatch out for: Chocolate CrepeAddress: M.G. Road Area, Puducherry, 605001, India
1) Kasha Ki Aasha (Art Boutique and Café)Being an artist, I fell in love with this café even before I stepped in. This ethnic café is run by a group of women, or should I say sisters, and is a perfect example of women empowerment. The ground floor has an art and craft shop with the café housed in the terrace. You can buy funky postcards, magnets, souvenirs, clothes, slippers, home accessories, handmade soaps, and lots of artsy stuff.
Kasha ki AshaKasha ki Asha is a boutique and cafe run by an all female team. This rooftop cafe is hidden in Surcouf Street. Their main selling proposition is the unique ways they prepare the european cuisines with Indian twist or vice versa. Indian enchiladas or European Thalis are liked by many people.
A café, a rafts shop and a fine example of colonial architecture, Kasha ki Aasha, promises a feast for the senses. The European thali is a good option as are its cakes and pancakes, all served on the rooftop.